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Our relaxed country escape lies tucked away in the mountains at the heart of the scenic Panorama Route of Mpumalanga, yet only 5 minutes from the amenities of Sabie village and 40 minutes from the world famous Kruger National Park.

Perched above an old Gold Mine and part of the original mining village, our historic homestead has been extensively remodelled to create a stylish yet informal retreat for lovers of life ....in the slow lane.

Facilities & Services
Breakfast is a tempting selection from the light and healthy to over the top indulgence, served in the original dining hall or on the deep covered verandah with its glorious views of our two acre garden and the surrounding hills.

Evening meals and braais by arrangement. Other facilities and services include:
^ Honesty Bar
^ Free Internet
^ Secure parking
^ Children welcome by arrangement
^ Large selection of Games, Cards and Jigsaws
^ Free tourist info & Maps
^ Walks and Birding on the Estate
^ Regret not suitable for Pets
From:
R630.00 pps

  • Porcupine Ridge Guest House
  • Porcupine Ridge Guest House
  • Porcupine Ridge Guest House
  • Porcupine Ridge Guest House
  • Porcupine Ridge Guest House
  • Porcupine Ridge Guest House
  • Porcupine Ridge Guest House
  • Porcupine Ridge Guest House
  • Porcupine Ridge Guest House

Facilities & Services:

  • Honeymoon Couples
  • Elderly
  • Laundry Service
  • Ironing Service
  • Special Meals on Request
  • Dining room
  • Bar on the Premises
  • Library
  • Internet Access
  • Wi-Fi
  • Fireplace on the Premises
  • Parking (off-street - open)
  • Garden
  • English
  • Hiking / Walking Trails
  • Communal Satellite TV
  • DVD and/or VCR


Rooms:

Five immaculate en-suite bedrooms have all the comforts and our welcoming guest lounge with deep comfy chairs, satellite TV, library and cosy fireplace is just the place to relax with a sundowner, or to curl up with a good book.

Each bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with either bath, with shower over, or shower only. All have seating areas and beverage trays with teas, coffee, hot chocolate and rusks.

Hairdryers, clock radios, ceiling fans, wall heaters, electric blankets, 2pin Euro sockets and generous bath sheets and amenities are provided in every room.

Quality queen or twin (3/4) beds have white percale linen with pure silk duvets in summer and cosy duck-down duvets in winter. Each room sleeps two and one has an extra single sleeper couch.

Please note an additional charge will be levied on single nights at weekends and all long weekends.

Porcupine Ridge Guest House Activities:

Sabie is the gateway to the popular Panorama Route with the spectacular Blyde River Canyon, Bourke’s Luck Potholes, God’s Window and many beautiful waterfalls.

The quaint ‘gold rush’ village of Pilgrim’s Rest can be visited on the return journey. To the south of Sabie, Sudwala Caves, oldest known caves in the world, are not to be missed

From wildlife encounters in the Kruger Park to golf at some of the world's premier courses, from adrenalin rush activities to scenic drives and heritage trips, you can experience the proudly South African way of life and colourful tribal heritage.

Mpumalanga is home to Africa's big Five with many amazing bush experiences for holiday memories that will last a lifetime. Kruger Park and a number of private game reserves can be reached in under an hour from Porcupine Ridge.

The 'Greater Panorama' and 'Lowveld' Birding Routes are within easy reach of Porcupine Ridge offering a variety of habitats.

Visitors are welcome at any of 7 golf courses in the area. Tennis, squash, swimming, hiking, mountain biking, trout fishing and a host of other outdoor activities and facilities are available.

Adrenalin junkies will find 4x4 Trails; Quad biking; Motorbike outrides; Mountain biking; White water rafting; Tubing; Geckoing; Bridge swing; Abseiling; Kloofing; Caving; Hiking trails; Game trails and Horse trails less than an hour from our guest house.

A rich tapestry of experiences can be enjoyed which include visits to a Cultural Village, Coffee Farm, Silk Farm, Rose Farm and Winery Tours, Country Shopping, Craft markets, Artist's Studios and shops, restaurants, cinemas & casino within 1 hour's drive.

Porcupine Ridge Guest House Map:

Porcupine Ridge Guest House Guest Review

Average Guest Rating: 
  4.0 out of 5 based on 1 review.


We really enjoyed our stay at Porcupine Ridge. Janet and John were attentive, friendly and helpful. The facilities were extremely comfortable and the spectacular view is enough to make one feel immediately relaxed and ready to come back !
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 Reviewed by Marja Baard over a year ago

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